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Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Rating: 8.6/10 This is easily my favorite Thor film and definitely one of the most fun MCU films. It has a story featuring Thor and Hulk on a different planet, what’s not to love. It’s a very fun movie with tons of memorable scenes. These scenes though range from laugh out loud funny to emotional and heartfelt. That’s the best part of this film for me. It knows when to be funny but also when to be character driven and emotional. The only complaint I have story-wise is that the villain felt a little bit weak at times. She’s given an interesting background but I just wish there was more to her. The writing of the film is spot on and helps the story both those tones in well. All the jokes work and are very funny but the character development is still all there. When it comes to performances, across the board they’re great. From Chris Hemsworth to Mark Ruffalo to Jeff Goldblum everyone does a really good job. Director Taika Waititi makes a really fresh film that had a coherent story along with stunning visuals and action. This movie, while not one of my favorites, is still a very good and enjoyable entry that I will continue to rewatch. ➡️ thorragnarok chrishemsworth director instamovies thor avengers endgame avengersendgame marvel marvelcomics ilovemovies movielover movie movies review moviereview moviereviews filmreview filmreview filmreviews film films filmmaking screenwriting screenwriter cinematography cinema cinephile cinephiles cinephilecommunity

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A film I’ve come to appreciate more since the hype has died down since last year 🤠 Film: Black Panther Directed by: Ryan Coogler Written by: Joe Robert Cole and Ryan Coogler Cinematography by: Rachel Morrison cinephilecommunity filmphotography comics blackpanther wintersoldier oscar sebastianstan danaigurira wakandaforever michaelbjordan endgame ryancoogler marvel mcu comic comicbook comicbooks choreography film cinematography stanlee cinema cinephile action adventure lupitanyongo avengersendgame avengers

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. Mateo Garrone - 2018 - Dogman . CALIFICACIÓN: 7.5/10 . Marcello (Marcello Fonte) es un hombre débil y tímido que se dedica a bañar y peinar perros para llevar una vida alegre con su hija en una provincia italiana de apariencia tranquila. Lo que en la superficie sugiere una vida simple, esconde la actividad de la que saca provecho: la venta de droga. Esta actividad, de la que el solo quiere el dinero, lo llevará a toparse con la gente que lo consume, con la gente que lo provee y con el ambiente en que este se mueve Se muestra en esta película, bajo la perspectiva de un indefenso y amoroso padre de familia, lo ruin y vil del negocio de la droga, de su ambiente desleal, y de su habilidad de convertir en animales a las personas. El humano y el perro, como el amo y esclavo (el filósofo Hegel estaría feliz de ver esta película), transmutan entre los personajes y el ambiente. Un pueblo acogedor y el mar, acogiendo en sus orillas la bravura de su gente Cabe destacar la magnífica actuación de Marcello Fonte, que le significó el reconocimiento como mejor actor en el festival de cine de Cannes mateogarrone dogman marcellofonte film movies worldcinema foreignfilm instamovies filmart art instacinema cinephile cine critica criticadecine photography cinephilecommunity filmisnotdead filmcommunity moviejunkie arthouse movienight filmphotography

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Will Smith hunts down Will Smith in a new sci-fi action film from academy award winning director Ang Lee. Could this be another Looper rip-off with out the time travel? Lets review 🍿🥤

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Bicycle Thieves (Ladri di biciclette) 1948 Film 582/1001 1001moviesyoumustseebeforeyoudie Vittorio De Sica uses a father, a son, and a stolen bicycle as a vehicle to drive us around the city of Rome and show the perversions of the social structures within it and how it can affect us as individuals. Although De Sica was offered millions by an American producer to cast Cary Grant in the part for an American version, he chose to keep it real and authentic by casting a metal worker/nonactor as the father and a he practically plucked from the street to play the son. Filming in post-war Italy was hard enough, but using the real city and its inhabitants as the backdrop as well as using a group of real homeless people in the church must have been a logistical nightmare but it definitely adds to the realism even though the downpour of rain was actually created by local firefighters and their hoses. It won an Oscar for Best Foreign Film during the McCarthyist times, which is quite an accomplishment. vittoriodesica cesarezavattini Italy Italia Rome Roma italianneorealism neorealismoitaliano movie movies 40smovies film cinema cinephile cinephilecommunity oscars filmbuff criterioncollection criterionchannel criterion

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Next stop on the Road to Endgame!

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Spoilers ahead so if you have not seen this episode, do not read below the line. — This is what Game of Thrones is all about, imagine the characters you’ve been rooting for, you wanted to die, have been hating or loving all season, all come together at Winterfell for one purpose, to defeat the Night King and the whole army of the dead. This is another episode of preparation but it’s way different than the first episode; felt like a farewell episode with tons of emotional depth to it, those character developments that Game of Thrones built for each character was just spectacular and one of a kind. Even the small details on the characters, the people that you hated before or not even care now just became one of your favorites. The bonding they had in the fireplace, Brienne of Tarth officially becoming a Knight was delightful, the humor of Tormund just keeps getting better and better, now we know what Podrick did to the girls and wow he had a really good singing voice. When Sansa saw Theon arrived and hugged him, that hit me and made me smile. Arya and Gendry you already know what happened to them. Jon Snow have already revealed to Daenerys about his true identity and his real name, and of course Daenerys wouldn’t believe him, we don’t know because the horn suddenly blew because the army of the dead is coming. This episode gave me happy tears, figuratively, but really it does make me sad as well because like I’ve said we don’t know what’s going to happen in the next episode and who’s going to die, etc. We have to be emotionally and mentally prepared for the next episode, I really cannot wait.

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My NewRelease Tuesday picks! 😎🍿📺🎬 Destroyer starring nicolekidman and EscapeRoom starring taylorrussell loganmiller deborahannwoll jayellis tylerlabine nikdodani 😎 What are your picks of the week? Don't forget to always try to ShopLocal if in DelCity there's a great moviestore called ReelDealVideo myOklahoma 😘 horror thriller cinephile cinephilecommunity bluray dvd iliketowatch 👀 popcorn 😋🍿 movienight moviebuff hometheater hollywood 🌟 rental movienight mustsee watching

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Alien. 1979. Directed by Ridley Scott In space, no one can hear you scream. I can not believe it’s the 40th anniversary of this ground breaking sci-fi film from the master himself, Ridley Scott. Now I couldn’t pass on this gorgeous new steelbook that Best Buy just released! Just look at this thing I still can’t get over how much it pops! There isn’t much I can say that hasn’t already been said about this film. It is a down right classic that still holds up to this day. Just like the original Halloween and The Shining, The fear is still very much present and will still give you tingles up your spine. I have to mention how much I love John Hurt and Harry Dean Stanton in this one, true legends. Ridley Scott started it all, James Cameron proudly continued on, David Fincher almost killed it, Jean-Pierre Jeunet took it to a whole new level, and Ridley Scott brought it full circle, back home to LV-426. I am very happy to have this one in the collection and look forward to the anniversary release of Aliens What are your thoughts on Alien? Remember everyone is entitled to their own opinions bluray bluraycollection bluraycollector criterion criterioncollection janusfilms filmbuff filmmaking movienerd moviemaking movieobsessed cinema cinematography cinephile cinephiles cinephilecommunity alien alien1979 aliens aliens1986 alien3 alienresurection prometheus prometheus2012 aliencovenant ridleyscott jamescameron jeanpierrejeunet lv426 alienday

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High Life This film is raw, visceral, gripping and undeniably beautiful. My advice is to immediately discard any and all expectations, and strap in, because this shit is nuts. Director Claire Denis, is a French film director who has made only french films until now, with this being her first English film. She bring in this avant garde feel with a fresh twist on what we would expect from a film like this. She creates something so strange but still having a story and beautiful character moments. I'm a big fan of sci fi and outer space movies especially when it is blended with drama (SHOUTOUT TO DUNCAN JONES' MOON). Robert Pattenson gives a subtle but intense performance proving he has moved way beyond his adolescent Twilight days and into the vortex of a great film actor. Good Time proved he can do it and High Life just cements him as a bonafide actor! Andre 3000 is in this film for a bit and he kills it, just like Mia Goth, they all play their characters so slimy and unforgiving. It's amazing to see how desperate and filled with hopelessness this film can get. It throws everything at the wall and leaves it to drown in a pool of it's own blood. It's brutal, it's amazing, it's fucking unique. A lot of people probably won't like this but my god it is something to behold! {{{100/100}}} {{{100/100}}} {{{100/100}}} cinemalovers filmbuff moviegeek movielove moviemagic filmnerd cinemalife moviejunkie movienerd ilovemovies moviebuffs lovefilms movienews cinephilecommunity filmlook cinemalove filmgeek filmblog cinephiles cinematime filmreviews movienights filmmakinglife edwardcullen twilight goodtime clairedenis robertpattinson highlife

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«2001: A Space Odyssey», Stanley Kubrick (1968)

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Palindromes (2004), Todd Solondz

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More movie ratings! Ant-man - ★★★ Back To The Future - Part II - ★★★★1/2 Captain America: Civil War - ★★★ Doctor Strange - ★★★1/2 As you can clearly see, still right in the height of marvel phase, trying to smash them all about before End Game! I did interrupt the flow with a quick visit back visit 1989 - Back To The Future: Part II was frickin’ amazing. No one this film trilogy blew the world’s mind Now regarding Marvel - Ant-man only three ★’s for its general adequacy, though there’s no denying Paul Rudd almost single handedly makes these films good. Funny moments, ridiculous story (not in a good way), but generally ok Civil War has only one good thing in it, and that is undoubtedly the epic fight in the airport in Frankfurt. Otherwise the same old predictability from Marvel. It was however nice to see a conflict arise in the marvel universe based on emotional trouble rather than an end of the world situation Finally Doctor Strange, a cool edition to the Marvel world. Personally, I’m a huge fan of Benedict Cumberbatch and he does a great job in this whacky modern magic film. Amazing visual effects makes this film an incredibly satisfying film experience. Huge shout out to Tilda Swinton who as always it’s the best Time for the same old questions, have you seen any of these? Do you agree? Are you keen for End Game? Anyone else watching the Marvel series! Tell me all! ☺️ antman drstrange civilwar captainamerica paulruddisthegreatest marvel marveluniverse avengers movierating films filmbuff movietime🎬 movienerd filmnerd movie stars instalikes moviereviews movieaddict cinephile cinephilecommunity likes moviereviews filmsuggestions letterboxd followtrain

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Je me suis accroché, j'ai lutté, j'ai préservé mais j'ai pas réussi à le terminer. Tout d'abord je ne suis pas du tout fan de la réalisation 😔. Les plans sont pas terribles, pas assez travaillés ( voir pas du tout ) . Les prises de vues sont " à l'arrache" . C'est peut être un parti pris mais j'ai pas aimé 😕 Ensuite je trouve que le film a un côté un peu ringard, dépassé . Le résumé m'avait pourtant emballé. L' histoire d'un couple qui se sépare et qui décide de loger chacun dans un appartement séparé par la chambre de leurs enfants.⚡ Bref, je me suis vraiment ennuyé. Je suis pas rentré dans l'univers du film et je trouve qu'il fait très vieillot 👴👴👴 7/20 film filmphotography instacine cinephile cinema cinematic picoftheday filmdusoir instalike films filmisnotdead likeforfollow scenario comedien instafilm cinephileclub filmphotography cinephiles cinephilecommunity cinephilegame cine

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Our review of “Avengers: Endgame” can be read on NextBestPicture.com (Link In Bio)

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The Lighthouse (2019) • Director - Robert Eggers Screenplay - Robert Eggers Cast - Robert Patterson, and Willem Dafoe • I haven’t watched Patterson’s recent work but from what I hear he’s made a real name for himself since Twilight, he’s even in talks to be in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming film that’s already being called a phenomenon. This is also being done by the homie that directed The Witch, which I didn’t mind. Also also Willem Dafoe so sign me up. I still need to catch up with his work too though, oh all the things to do • movie autogramtags movies instamovie cinephilecommunity filmbuff movielover filmproduction cinematographer filmmaking filmphotograph undefined filmography undefined cinema undefined georgeromero creepshow elviramistressofthedark norush studentoflife eyeopener timroth michaelfassbender undefined

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Earlier this week, grand-daughter of Walt Disney, Abagail Disney, spoke up about Bob Iger's (CEO of Disney) insane pay-raise of 80% which brought his total compensation to hit $65.6 million. Abagail then went on to state that executive pay at that level has “had a corrosive effect on society.” That payout becomes roughly 1,424 times that of the median Disney employee. 🍿🥤 ⠀ ⠀ “I like Bob Iger. Let me be very clear: I think he’s a good man. But I think he’s allowing himself to go down a road that is the road everyone is going down,” she said, citing Wall Street-driven norms. “When he got his bonus last year, I did the math, and I figured out that he could have given personally, out of pocket, a 15% raise to everyone who worked at Disneyland, and still walked away with $10 million. So there’s a point at which there’s just too much going around the top of the system into this class of people who–I’m sorry this is radical–have too much money. There is such a thing.” 🍿🥤 ⠀ ⠀ link in article in bio 🙌🏻⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ moviefan movies instaflicks movienight instacosplay filmreviews movienews rottentomatoes moviereview moviereviews moviemagic curiocityvancouver moviebuff filmnews movienerd moviereview instamovies movietime moviegram filmcritic cinematographer moviecollector cinephilecommunity filmreview filmlife moviemaking geekculture dailyhivevan filmgeek

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Snowbound heart. Blade Runner 2049 (Denis Villeneuve, 2017) Climax (Gaspar Noé, 2018)

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« Misery », Rob Reiner (1990)

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Leonardo DiCaprio is in negotiations to star in filmmaker Guillermo del Toro’s remake of 1947’s “Nightmare Alley” The film is about an ambitious con-man who hooks up with a female psychiatrist even more corrupt than he is. At first, they enjoy success fleecing people with their mentalist act, but then she turns the table on him, out-manipulating the manipulator. The project marks del Toro’s first directorial effort since his Oscar-winning film “The Shape of Water.” NOW THIS DOES GET ME EXCITED! Leonardo once again working with one of the Three Amigos (Guillermo Del Toro, Alfonso Cuaron and Alejandro González Iñáritu) Of course DiCaprio won his Oscar for working with Iñáritu on The Revenant. If this happens it's a match made in heaven, could get Leo his next Oscar! Or his third depending on how Once Upon a Time in Hollywood goes. PLUS I JUST NEED MORE DEL TORO FILMS I'M HYPED AS HELL cinemalovers filmbuff moviegeek movielove moviemagic filmnerd cinemalife moviejunkie movienerd ilovemovies moviebuffs lovefilms movienews cinephilecommunity filmlook cinemalove filmgeek filmblog cinephiles cinematime filmreviews therevenant onceuponatimeinhollywood theshapeofwater guillermodeltoro deltoro leonardodicaprio leodicaprio dicaprio

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WATCHLST: FRENCH FILMS PART II 🌹 . Here I am continuing what I started with YOUR help Thank you all for your recommendations and your patience ❤ . *in the right order, you know the drill; AND SHAME ON YOU, NONE OF YOU EVEN MENTIONED LA REINE MARGOT¿!? . /1/ •Vivre Sa Vie •Hiroshima Mon Amour •Ma Nuit chez Maud •La Fille Sur le Pont •Pickpocket •Les Yeux sans Visage /2/ •LA REINE MARGOT × 9 👌😍 /3/ •Mon Roi •Les Intouchables •Nelly et Mr Arnaud •Mal de pierres •Juste la fin du Monde •Trois Couleurs: Rouge /4/ •Le sel de la terre •White Material /5/ •Le Mépris •Donkeyskin (wtf is this) •Muriel {le temps d'un retour} /6/ •Sans toit ni loi /7/ •La Nuit américaine {day for night} •The 400 Blows /8/ •Jeux d'enfants •Caché /9/ •A Man Escaped •J'AI TUÉ MA MÈRE •Le ballon rouge . agnesvarda lucbesson film films movie movies france paris frenchcinema cinema watchlist foreignfilms frenchnewwave newwave blackandwhite cinephile cinephilecommunity xavierdolan art artist actor actress frenchfilm frenchfilms

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Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) by 🎬 Joss Whedon “The City is flying, we’re fighting an army of robots and I have a bow and arrow. None of this makes sense.” In anticipation for Avengers Endgame lets take a look back at one of the most memorable quotes from all the MCU movies so far. This is one that has always stood out in terms of self awareness of the reality of the situation involving the Avengers. It was hilarious and also one of the best heartfelt moments of Age of Ultron between Hawkeye and Scarlet Witch avengers ageofultron avengersquotes moviequotes hawkeye scarletwitch movies film moviereviews filmcommunity moviebuff filmbuff cinephile instamovies cinephilecommunity art cinematography filmography filmart cinema filmmaker cinephileclub filmmakers directors moviemaking filmmakerslife cinematic directorofphotography

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113 days in a row at the cinema. Today I saw French documentary The Anderson Platoon. 🚁 An austere yet magnificent documentary in which a French film crew follows a platoon led by African-American Lieutenant Joseph Anderson for six weeks through the Vietnam War in 1966. 🏞️ While the film suffered from a lack of focus, the refusal to take an editorial stand or make any judgements, combined with some breathtaking images make it easy to see how this won an Emmy for Best Documentary and an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1968. 🏆 I have a question for you cinephiles out there. Who is responsible for the cinematography in a documentary filmed on the go, like war documentaires? The director who is running next to the cameraman or the camera operators themselves? Genuinely curious, here 🤔 Out of a possible 10, I have 8 Fs to give. Strong recommend film cinema movie review theandersonplatoon documentary vietnam vietnamwar wardocumentary oscar emmy academyawards cinephile cinephilecommunity filmaddict

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Apocalypse Now (1979) 10/10 ➖ Overall, Apocalypse Now comes highly recommended and is classed as a must watch from Finesse Movie Reviews. With jaw dropping cinematography and brilliant performances from Martin Sheen & Marlon Brando, you will be thirsty for more. After watching this film the 1st time, I honestly started rewatching it again right after. Considering this was filmed in 1979, thanks to Bluray and remastering technology, it’s incredible to see just how great this film looks (especially if you comparing to films in cinema today). The making of features on the Bluray set is also worth your time watching as it’s incredible to hear the about this film’s developing journey. 💢CHECK OUT THE FULL REVIEW ON FACEBOOK💢 apocalypsenow martinsheen marlonbrando francisfordcoppola moviereview cinephile war warmovie robertduvall ilovethesmellofnapalminthemorning lawrencefishburne vietnam vietnamwar secretmission jungle army violence combat cinephilecommunity filmcritique finessemoviereviews moviecritic filmcritic filmreviews film moviereviews reviews filmreview movies critic

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Your Daily Tarkovsky Day 12 * * * * [The Mirror] (1974) 🇷🇺 Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky - The Daily Tarkovsky returns, showcasing inspirational and awe-inspiring images from Andrei Tarkovsky’s seven feature films. One shot, each day, forevermore ♾ themirror andreitarkovsky tarkovsky film movies foreignfilm worldcinema instamovies filmart art instacinema cinephile photography cinephilecommunity instamovies filmisnotdead filmcommunity filmbuff moviebuff moviejunkie arthouse nature surrealism instaart colorpalette movienight filmphotography cinematography cinematic_imagery

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La maratona avengers nei cinema italiani non è ancora finita! Il livello di sicurezza è ancora molto alto! No Spoiler, screenshot and share! Quanti di voi sono alla maratona Avengers? dontspoiltheendgame avengersendgame marvel cinematime🎬🍿 cinematime🎬 cinema🎬 cinemaclub cinemood cinepassioni instamovie instacinema igers_sardegna igersitalia igrsitaly maratonaavengers nospoiler cinephilecommunity cinephile cinefilos cinefilo filmindustry ilovemovies filmcommunity cinephileclub cinematografia cinematography cinemaclub thespacecinema ucicinemas

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- I'm lonely. - Yes. Anything else? - I'm hurt. - Yes. And? - I'm not doing anything real - What would be real? - I'm afraid I'm gonna die. I don't know what's wrong with me. I wanna do something important while I'm still here! Synecdoche, New York (2008) SynecdocheNewYork CharlieKaufman

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[NEW RELEASES] 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' (2018)⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ A fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that's the first of its kind! 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' introduces Brooklyn Miles Morales (voice of Shameik Moore), and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Rent on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray!⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ newreleases newdvd newbluray spiderman spidermanintothespiderverse intothespiderverse shameikmoore dvd bluray 4kbluray uhd 4k uhdmovies physicalmedia blurayaddict rentmovies rentfilms cinephile cinephilecommunity moviebuff filmbuff filmlover animation animatedfilm directors bobpersichetti peterramsey jakejohnson haileesteinfeld oscarwinner

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🔥Someone Great. If you’re like me and 30 is just around the corner, then this movie will be relatable AF. I think we’ve all experienced the quarter life crisis where you question everything you’ve ever done, everything you’re doing, and everything you’re planning on doing. This film does a great job of displaying the complexity of the quarter life crisis. The anxiety of adulting mixed with the joy of the last piece of youth make this time of life an incredibly formative phase. And did I mention the soundtrack??? You’ll laugh, maybe cry, and definitely dance along to this must watch film, now streaming on netflix thebasiccinephile cinephile cinephilecommunity movie moviereview film filmreview filmcommunity netflix someonegreat soundtrack ginarodriguez brittanysnow lakeithstanfield dewandawise petervack

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💡Follow us for more Netflix Reviews 🛎 Make sure to turn on notifications “Sex Education” has a knack for introducing characters as stereotypes, then complicating them: jocks have anxieties; nerds have lusts; mean girls and bullies have sympathetic backgrounds. Maeve, in particular, is exquisitely drawn — she’s smart, tough and outcast both for being poor and for being a girl who has sex and likes it. “Sex Education,” unafraid to have fun and be funny, is less like its stark British predecessor “Skins” than like a well-executed American dramedy on CW. The big difference, of course, is its streaming-TV freedom to be as graphic as it wants to be — and it wants to be, from its opening seconds. Like “Big Mouth,” “Sex Education” is a birds-and-bees comedy I’d endorse for both teenagers and parents of teenagers, but fair warning: If your sense of boundaries is as expansive as Jean’s, you could enjoy it together. If you’re more like Otis, I’d suggest watching separately.

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MickeysTLDRreviews 40 Days and 40 Nights (2002) I wanted to give Lent/Passover/Easter a breather before I reviewed an early 00s sex comedy about it. That being said, the following review is being made by someone who has actually given up sex for 40 days and 40 nights twice (2007 and 2019 respectively). I'm not just some dweebo, I'm experienced. The best thing about this movie is the way they shoot San Francisco, the city is very charming. All and all It's a pretty broy movie, Shannyn Sossamon had a streak for playing "eccentric love interest" in the 00s and it definitely continues effortlessly into this movie but I couldnt help but feel it didnt mesh well with Josh Hartnett's "Matt" who was just kind of there having a nervous breakdown rather than abstaining from sex. The story is pretty much what you would expect going in, adding in some much needed flair from Matt's coworkers at a "Dot Com" and a lowkey Maggie Gyllenhaal. The climax (for lack of a better word) of the movie rubbed people the wrong way in 2002, I can only imagine how it would be received in 2019. I would say it was sort of the Coke Zero of the third act climax of "Showgirls" It's a fun Friday night movie on Netflix you could watch with your friends but your life wont be out of wack if you miss it. Rating System: 4K, 1080p, 720p, 480p 360p, 240p Quality/Rating: 360p

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Sandra Bullock & Cate Blanchett

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Here is REAR WINDOW, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. This 1954 mystery thriller film is my absolute favorite Hitchcock film. With the amazing use of suspense and thrills, the audience is thrust into a world of fear and claustrophobia. As the film digs in to the use of voyeurism, the audience is pulled into a dark world of spying on the innocent, or perhaps, guilty. This film is a complete masterpiece, and an amazing example of suspense, so check this classic out now! 9.8/10 moviereview thriller movie movies filmreview cinema moviereviews mystery filmreviews blockbuster moviebuff cinephile movielover reviews films filmcritic hitchcock movienight movietime influential moviecritic actor hollywood filmlover jamesstewart cinephilecommunity filmbuff netflix movienerd rearwindow

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The trailer for Gemini Man has dropped and it looks like Will Smith is at war with his younger self. The film is helmed by Ang Lee and it sees Will Smith playing an assassin tasked with hunting down his own clone. Smith will pull double duty to portray both roles, with Lee using de-aging VFX—similar to the technology used in Captain Marvel and The Irishman—to portray the 50-year-old actor hunting down is 23-year-old self. Gemini Man marks the latest leap in Lee’s technological tinkering. The Academy-Award-winner shot his last film, the war drama Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, in 4K and at 120 frames-per-second. Gemini Man also stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Clive Owen, Benedict Wong, and Douglas Hodge & I’m intrigued enough to see what it has to offer. Gemini Man hits screens on October 11

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So I haven't had a whole lot of space for personal work lately, but I did manage to pry open a time window the other night to drink a bunch of vodka and put some colour on this drawing of Janet Leigh in Psycho from day 1 of inktober last year. I don't think it's finished yet. But this is all I'm going to get to do for now. psycho janetleigh hitchcock alfredhitchcock filmart illustration illustrations artwork sketch drawing cinephilecommunity 일러스트 illustracion contemporaryillustration vintagestyle retroart illustrazione portraitart classicfilm

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I love AdventuresInBabysitting! It’s got a great John Hughes-vibe and the sticker on the cover is bang-on! Another movie patiently awaiting a UK BluRay so I imported from the US!